het·ero·typ·ic adjective \ˌhe-tə-rō-ˈti-pik\
: different in kind, arrangement, or form
First Known Use of HETEROTYPIC
het·ero·typ·ic adjective \ˌhet-ə-rō-ˈtip-ik\ (Medical Dictionary)
: of or being the reduction division of meiosis as contrasted with typical mitotic division—compare homotypic 2
: different in kind, arrangement, or form <heterotypic aggregations of cells>
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